Stcherbatsky, F. I.
He is chiefly remembered today for his work on Mahāyāna Buddhist philosophy, and in particular the first detailed treatment of the Logical or Pramāṇa school of Dignāga and Dharmakīrti. His most influential writings are The Central Conception of Buddhism (1923), an examination of the Abhidharma notion of dharma; an exposition of the thought of Nāgārjuna, The Conception of Buddhist Nirvana; and his magisterial Buddhist Logic, 2 vols. (1932).
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